We would like to inform you about the ticket allocation practice for the visually impaired.

The good news first: Of course, it is possible to order a visually impaired ticket for a BVB home game including a ticket for an accompanying person! Since we unfortunately only have a few day tickets, but the demand has increased immensely in recent years, we have decided to introduce an online lottery procedure to all interested parties for reasons of fairness. In this way we want to ensure that as many fans as possible are taken into account and thus the chance of an individual ticket allocation increases significantly.

We ask for your understanding that, in order to ensure equal opportunities, we will allocate a maximum of one ticket per half series to each applicant.

To take part in the raffle, simply enter your personal details and upload both sides of your disabled person's pass. In order to receive a ticket for the visually impaired, the BI mark is required, or the RF mark in combination with a medical certificate confirming a visual impairment.

This works as follows: You need two cell phones, you take a picture of the front side, put the cell phone with the picture (up) on the table. You then put the back side in front of it, you also take a picture of it, you can then upload it.

In the course of implementing the GDPR, we decided to keep the known procedure. We save the partially sensitive data separately and only for the period necessary for registration and raffle/allocation. Unfortunately, this means that data must be entered repeatedly in the event of repeated participation. The alternative would have involved registration constraints, which we did not consider appropriate. The privacy policy contains further details on data protection.

If you have any questions, please contact: luisa.walleit@bvb.de or nicole.moeller@bvb.de.

With black and yellow greetings and please stay healthy.

Advance booking office*
Home games Bundesliga
Champions League home games

* not yet determined

  • If there are more applicants than places, the lot decides.
  • The selection is based on the competition.